Lady of the Evening by Jack Peachum She’s in her beauty tonight– and how lovely– luminous, riding high, dressed in her best yellow gown, playing the part of doting girlfriend– peeking down shyly from behind ...
The Homeless Man by Kirstin Maguire He uttered a quiet plea when I hopped off the commuters tube Just near the shop I was headed to for that night's feast. But it was hard ...
Ann Yu Huang was born in Shanghai, China and moved to Mexico when she was a teen. She graduated from Bernard Baruch College of the City University of New York cum laude and has co-founded the home-healthcare brand Nature Bright Company.
Amicia Rai is a PhD student of English Literature, specializing in Fairy Tales. She is currently exploring the art of writing poetry, fiction, nonfiction and screenplays
Breaking forth, breakneck pace Triangle tongue flag unfurls, reaches out humming hands,
A.R. Rodriguez is a small business owner in Cleveland, Ohio. She has four volumes of poetry and two memoirs. Her material ,in it's entirety comes from her life's experience
you can tell everything by Kate LaDew from a person’s hand, the lines of their palm the stretch of their fingers, the bend of their wrist everything held within flown to your sightless eyes warmth ...
The old people, the beautiful people --
Devin Harrison has published poetry and short stories in numerous periodicals throughout the US and Canada.
The Korean girl offers a chicken sampler on a toothpick, grinning.
Diary, the world is battered and fried;
Dualisms by Alfred Lord Tennyson Two bees within a chrystal flowerbell rocked Hum a lovelay to the westwind at noontide. Both alike, they buzz together, Both alike, they hum together Through and through the flowered heather. Where ...
From what I could gather, the sunset had disappeared No golden slivers shaking across the depths
A poem about struggle by Inas Essa
Angela Carrano lives in Sag Harbor, New York. She recently graduated from Roger Williams University with a degree in Political Science.
Sheila Luna studied poetry and nonfiction writing at Arizona State University. Her work has appeared in Sotto Voce Magazine and she is currently writing a memoir
A cartoonish stop, your magpie eye caught
Shailendra Chauhan (b 1954) is a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering
I wait for the rain.
Molly Kirschner is a rising sophomore at Bennington College; she studies literature and drama. She is an avid poet, author, dramatist, and journalist, who has been published